As many know, there is an inevitable predisposition to health challenges that come with aging. Continue reading to learn how some common health challenges may affect your loved one, and what you can do to support them.
Choosing a senior community for your loved one is one of the most important care decisions you’ll make; use this quick guide to everything you need to know about senior care terminology.
As we age, it is normal for one to be a little forgetful. But when is it important to see a doctor? Read the Alzheimer’s Association’s 10 signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia compared to typical age-related changes to help you understand what is normal aging.
Priority Life Care has put together a information on senior safety during summer heat that could lead to dangerous health conditions such as sunburns, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke. Use these guidelines to stay safe and enjoy summer!
Through our Along the Journey program, Priority Life Care staff help discover the rich, unique lives of our residents who experience Alzheimer’s or dementia. Along the Journey adapts to each individual’s abilities and personality to ensure a comfortable and safe environment.
Priority Life Care community Meadow Mills Memory, a memory care community, is partnering with Eversound to allow for safe visitations for residents and families.
Communicating effectively with someone who has dementia will help reduce agitation in you and your loved one. Use these 10 easy tips to make communicating easy!
It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L), the pioneer and market leader of engagement technology designed for residents in senior living communities, has successfully rolled out Priority Life Care communities Oak Park Village at Hammond and Oak Park Village Slidell in Louisiana. With iN2L, residents can intuitively ‘touch their way’ to person-centered programs and meaningful experiences.
When we think of the holidays, we think of warm fireplaces, sharing food and exchanging presents. For many of us, it’s a time when we visit with friends of family throughout the entire month. But for older adults, the holidays are not always so joyful. It can also be a time of loneliness and sorrow. With social and family pressures, one may feel the “Holiday Blues.”
Over 50 million people live with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, and caregivers often experience a feeling called “caregiver burnout”. No matter what stage of life a person is experiencing, we all want to feel loved, supported, and that what we do matters.